Horizontal and vertical bamboo flooring are very similar in terms of strength, durability and sustainability, but they look quite different. They have both been made using thin strips of bamboo, glued together. To achieve horizontal bamboo, the strips are glued together horizontally to give a wider grain pattern. To achieve vertical bamboo, the strips are glued together vertically to give a narrow grain pattern.
What does Horizontal Bamboo look like?
What does Vertical Bamboo look like?
What are the similarities between horizontal and vertical bamboo?
- Firstly, both horizontal and vertical bamboo have a similar strength and durability to Oak flooring.
- You can find both available in either natural or carbonised colour.
- Both types can either be glued down into position or loose laid over an underlay.
- Also, the tongue and groove fitting system is the same for both.
- All our bamboo floors are sustainable and eco-friendly.
- Both have matching bamboo flooring accessories available to add the finishing touches to your room.
- Finally, both horizontal and vertical bamboo floors are finished with layers of satin-matt lacquer to protect the surface.